TRUEMANS - **Guide Price £650,000 - £675,000**
Nestled away in an attractive residential street moments from the hustle & bustle of the trendy City centre is this impressive four storey family home. Situated in the sought after West Hill Conservation Area, you could not ask for a nicer place to live. With a family pub and organic store close by, you are also just a short walk from Brighton mainline railway station, famous Brighton seafront and a vast array of boutique shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.
Built circa 1815, this wonderful home is located in one of the oldest parts of the city. The house itself is light, spacious and well-presented throughout & offers versatility depending on what your needs are and how you would use the space. On the lower ground you have superb open plan living accommodation which leads out to an attractive high Sussex flint walled rear patio garden.
The house has natural flooring throughout including wood, sea grass and slate, as well as designer shutters on the windows to really give the property that luxurious feel. Upon entering the ground floor there are two double bedrooms and a cloakroom. There is then a further third bedroom and a fantastic St. James family bathroom with separate shower cubicle to the first floor. To the top floor is a gorgeous dual aspect bedroom offering some fabulous distant sea views to the front and downs views to the back.
Now it's a bit of a cliché but "location, location, location" is something that will spring to mind when viewing, as it is set back from the Seven Dials village, making city living a convenience. For those of you who are not familiar with Brighton, Seven Dials in our opinion is blessed with its surroundings, having superb local independent shops, lovely parks and great schools, whilst being a short distance from both Brighton mainline station, the North Laine and the city centre.